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Case Study: Cash is King in times of recession

Posted By On 12/07/2008 11:41:00 AM Under
1. I have reiterated that in a meltdown none is spared and the case study of fund managers losses is posted here for the same to be analysed by intelligent readers. We will see in below examples that cash is king in times of recession.

2. Sadanand Shetty Vice President, of Kotak Securities is suffering a personal loss of 9.93%. He is suffering less as he is holding 66% of his portfolio as cash.

3. Amar Ambani Vice President (Research) India Infoline is the best as he is holding cash only on personal front.

4. Kashyap Pujara ENAM Direct Fund Manager is suffering loss of 20% despite holding the cash to the tune of 66%.

5. Anand Agarwal Reliance Money Fund Manager is also suffering a personal loss of 20% despite holding a major chunk in cash.

6. Thus one can see that in times of recession or when the economy is in dumps one can survive the same in short term by holding the amount in cash.

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